Taming the Wicked Wulfe

Taming the Wicked Wulfe Working title A Proxy Marriage Rebekah is forced into a proxy marriage to a man she despises for the sake of her orphaned niece and nephew Her new husband Thorn Wulfe holds the key to all the secret

  • Title: Taming the Wicked Wulfe
  • Author: Tammy Jo Burns
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 476
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Working title A Proxy Marriage Rebekah is forced into a proxy marriage to a man she despises for the sake of her orphaned niece and nephew Her new husband, Thorn Wulfe, holds the key to all the secrets of her long buried past Thorn, considered the Wicked Wulfe by many of the ton, operates one of London s most notorious gaming hells, the Lady Luck When his brothe Working title A Proxy Marriage Rebekah is forced into a proxy marriage to a man she despises for the sake of her orphaned niece and nephew Her new husband, Thorn Wulfe, holds the key to all the secrets of her long buried past Thorn, considered the Wicked Wulfe by many of the ton, operates one of London s most notorious gaming hells, the Lady Luck When his brother is killed, he finds his life turned upside down with a wife he does not want, and two children to care for When old secrets come to light and enemies make themselves known, Rebekah and Wulfe are going to have to decide what is important the past, the present, or the future Will they be able to learn to trust and love one another along the way Or will their secrets keep them apart forever A Regency romance that will draw you in and tug at your heartstrings.

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    1. Ok, so I haven't done any reviews for a historical book before, but every now and again I like to read them. When I started reading this book, I hadn't read any by Tammy Jo Burns before. I don't know about anyone else but I am a little bit ocd when reading series, I like to read from the beginning and KNOW EVERYTHING about EVERYONE. so I was a quarter of the way into the story when I realised Taming The Wicked Wulfe was book number 4. So I had a moment of panic, were I tried to decide if I shoul [...]

    2. May contain spoilers!I enjoyed reading TAMING THE WICKED WULFE. We meet Thorn Wulfe in the prior book TO LOVE AND PROTECT (The Reluctant Lords Book 3). Wulfe runs one of London's notorious gaming hells, The Lady Luck. The book starts off with a bang. Wulfe is in an alley way waiting for The Earl of Glandingham who wants to become a partner. The Earl shows up and all hell breaks loose. What we don't know is Wulfe is actually working for the crown and the Lady Luck is a cover.The first chapter we [...]

    3. I am very particular with my historical romances. I tend to judge them harsher than most books I read for some reason, and this one is GREAT!!! All the way around, GREAT!! I love all the characters, but especially love the hero and heroine, Thorn and Rebekah. The way those two go back and forth with each other and fight the feelings they have is fantastic. And of course then there is the "secret" that Bekah has and doesn't want Thorn to know left me guessing right up until you find out. I must s [...]

    4. This is about hurt betrayal and finding your way out of the darkness with the help of the last person she expected to help her. it's about finding love and family and learning to trust and love the one person who you thought hurt you on purpose. It's beautifully written an i even had tears in parts of this story its a heartbreaking tale that heals you in the end.

    5. Rebekah has lived a strict life. As the daughter of the local reverend, she rebelled and was treated harshly for it. There are skeletons in her closet and only one other person knows the entirety of them. Her character has overcome things that few could live with. She blames one man for her misfortunes. Whether fare or not, she has to marry the man she detests to keep her niece and nephew safe.I felt so bad for Rebekah and all that she experiences during the story. At the same time, I wanted to [...]

    6. I enjoyed this. Rebekah agrees to marry Thorn for the good of her niece and nephew, though she hates him for some unknown reason. She really is mean to him. Her reasons become clear later, and it makes sense. Thorn was really sweet, though, even though he's supposed to be this wicked, wild rake. There is more to him than is at first apparent and he is very patient with the wife he never wanted in the first place. Lots of steam between the two of them. There is also some danger, intrigue, and sec [...]

    7. As a fan of period fiction and historical romance, Taming of the Wicked Wulfe by Tammy Jo Burns played right into my niche. It is well written, true to the period and sweetly romantic. Throw in some hott love scenes, some twisty espionage, and strong, feisty characters for good measure. This book was fast paced and emotionally charged. Honestly, I'm not sure which Wulfe needed taming the most, but I am certain that neither were tamed. A very good read!

    8. 4.5/5.0This delicious tale of Regency romance is filled with mystery, intrigue and secrets, oh, my! Read full review in the April 2015 issue of InD'tale Magazine.

    9. An overall lovely historical romance, Taming the Wicked Wulfe was an enjoyable read. It had its faults, but I still found it to be a good book.Rebekah wasdifficult. I liked that she was so protective of her niece and nephew and was determined to take care of them. But, man, this woman could be mean, which was really my one big issue with the book. From the start, we knew she had a grudge against Thorn. Every time she would say another mean, uncalled for thing to him, I told myself to have patien [...]

    10. Okay, so it's been several months, if not at least a year or two since I've read a historical romance. I find that my taste has changed a lot over the past year.In this book the plot is interesting but it took me awhile to warm up to Rebekah but I really liked Thorn. There is lots of mystery and suspense. The author did a great job with the writing and I enjoyed the book but I think I may have outgrown the genre.

    11. 4.5/5.0This delicious tale of Regency romance is filled with mystery, intrigue and secrets, oh, my!Read full review in the 2015 April issue of InD'tale Magazine.

    12. ExcellentI haven't read a book straight through for a very long time. It's full of intrigue and excitement as well as romance. I have to admit that a quarter of the way through this novel I bought almost all of this author's books. Wow.

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